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Book Review: 'Wolf Whistle' by Lewis Nordan

As I said in my previous post, I have decided that I am going to add book reviews to my blog content. Although I read more books than I care to imagine for my degree, that has not put me off reading extensively for pleasure. 557 more words

Celebration of Life and Service for Civil Rights Activist: Alice Tregay

Civil Rights leader and Chicago native, Mrs. Alice Tregay passed away last weekend. She was awarded throughout her lifetime as a pioneer for civil and human rights by numerous organizations. 1,119 more words


The Civil Rights Movement as photographed by Stephen Somerstein


That trio of adjectives describes Selma to Montgomery: Marching Along the Voting Rights Trail, an exhibit of 45 black-and-white photos documenting the 1965 Civil Rights Movement through the work of photographer Stephen Somerstein. 696 more words


There has to be change…

Freddie Gray, 25-year-old in the  custody, of the Baltimore Police Department died from a

broken neck, 80% severed by the breaking of  three vertebrae, his voice box was crushed…which leads me to believe he had been stomped. 37 more words

Appropriating Slavery

Francis Walsh, of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary and the Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores Catholic Theological Institute for Oceania here in Guam, has decided… 635 more words


The REAL Story of America; A 500 Years in the Works Circle

500 years ago- A people seeking freedoms from an overbearing and domineering government come to a land that’s already inhabited. They force these inhabitants out of their homes, almost in a genocide of both violent and malicious intent, as well as pure happenstance through the inflection of disease. 1,917 more words